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Full text of "Commoner, 1965"

This book was a gift to the 
Bryan College Library 

by: 

Ron and Rose Mattson 

Bryan Alumni 

January 2003 



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"Thou wilt Keep him in perfect peace 
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ACADEMIC 25 

SPIRITUAL 67 

ORGANIZATIONS 81 
SOCIAL 95 

ATHLETIC 107 



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DEDICATION 




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A spirit of vivacity and an enthusiasm for life 
are exemplified in everything you do . When we 
see you pacing in front of a class or cheering at 
a ball game, we know you are genuinely inter- 
ested in Bryan. Your classes prove that learn- 
ing can be exciting, whether we're studying the 
fragrance of onions or the importance of an 
organized majority. We appreciate your un- 
selfishness, your humility, and your consistent 
Christian testimony. In gratitude we dedicate 
our 1965 COMMONER to you, Mr. and Mrs. 
H . Blair Bentley . 




The "hare and the tortoise" in sweet harmony. 




The Bentleys and their children--Shari, Randy, and Vicky. 



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THE GREAT 
COMMONER 




"The nation is but a collection of 
individuals and reflects the char- 
acter of the people . As the moral 
element is essential to a nation 
so it is to an individual . " 



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William Jennings Bryan was 
a man who faced both defeat 
and triumph with deter- 
mination and courage . He 
was a proponent of the 
common man, a courageous 
leader, and a fearless 
warrior . We the students 
of Bryan College want our 
lives to perpetuate and 
strengthen the memory of 
this great man. 




BOARD OF TRUSTEES 



Although they come from different states and from different professions, Bryan's trustees 
have a common purpose. With their prayers, leadership, and finances, they help make 
Bryan a school that adequately prepares its students to lead an exemplary life. 




SEATED: Gettys Guille, Glenn Woodlee, R. L. Bryan, H. D. Long, Harry Johnson, Mrs. E. B. Arnold, Wesley McKinney. 
STANDING: Mark Senter, Lewis Llewellyn, F. R. Rogers, Herman Ho>t, E. R. Robeson, Harold Hardin, C. H. Dentler, 
Widney Brown. Not pictured: Roy Adams, C. Robert Bell, Stanley G. Brading, Mrs. J. S. Frazier (Emeritus), Mrs. Harris 
Gregg, Ruth Huston, Clarence E. Mason, Sr., A. M. Morgan, Sr., J. J. Rodgers, C. P Swafford, C. Barry Whitney. 



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ADMINISTRATION 



Theodore C. Mercer 
B.A., M.A., Litt. D. 
President 



Judson A. Rudd 

M.A., L.L.D. 

President Emeritus, Treasurer 





Karl E. Keefer 

Mus. D., M.A., M. Ed. 
Academic Dean 



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ADMINISTRATION 




J. Furman Miller 
M.A., Ed. D. 
Registrar 




James Eschenbrermer 
B.A., Th.B., M.S. 
Dean of Students 



Russell V. Stansbury 
Business Manager 



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Rebecca Peck 

B.A. 

Secretary in Public Relations 



Col. Francis J. Goatley 

B.S. 

Field Representative 




Zelpha Russell 

B.A. 

Director of Admissions 



Edward Steele 

B.A., M.A. 

Director of Public Relations 




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STAFF 



Robert Sheddan 
Supervisor of 
General Services 




Louise Lason 
Recorder 



Karin deRosset 
Assistant to 
Personnel Deans 









Ursula Luetgens 
Secretary to the 
President and the Dean 




Mrs. Tina Porter 
Cashier and Secretary 
to Business Manager 




Madge Hughey 

Secretary to 

Director of Admissions 







Carol Lyons 
Secretary to the 
Registrar 




Mrs. Jean Hill 
Bookkeeper 



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Mrs. Betty Wynsema 
Secretary in 
Development Office 




Mrs. Barbara Ashworth 
Alumni Office Secretary 




Mrs. Elvera O'Neil 
Clerical Assistant in 
Public Relations 




Virginia Seguine 
Assistant Librarian 




Carla Holden 
Clerical Assistant in 
Public Relations 




Mrs. Maude Miller 
Acting Librarian 




Marsha Ramsey- 
Nurse 



STAFF 



Glema Hughey 
Clerical Assistant in 
General Services 




Mrs. Harriet Anderson 
Library Assistant 




Pearl Wallace 

Director of Kindergarten 

and Dining Room Hostess 




STAFF 



David Whitney 
Bookstore and 
Lionette Manager 




Mrs. Mary Johnson 
Food Service Assistant 




Condon Johnson 
Maintenance Assistant 





Mrs. Phyllis Whitney 
Bookstore Clerk 




Mrs. Joan Yoho 

Food Service Assistant 




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Harold Sutton 

Director of Maintenance 

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Mrs. Johnnie Green 
Dietician and Director 
of Food Service 
Department 




Cass Green 
Assistant Director of 
Food Service Department 




William Cather 
Assistant Director of 
Maintenance 




TRIBUTE 



Mrs . Mercer is one of the unique individuals who can 
accomplish many tasks with equal efficiency. In addition 
to being the president's wife, a mother, and an English 
instructor, she finds time for many other responsi- 
bilities . An active member of the Bryan Women's 
Auxiliary, she is not only a capable leader but also a 
willing and able worker. Each year her hours of plan- 
ning and decorating make the receptions and banquets 
more enjoyable. From counseling aspiring grammarians 
to feeding hungry students, Mrs. Mercer exhibits a 
spirit of self-sacrifice and Christian charity. 



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ACADEMIC 




'Over all victorious 



in its bright increase 



FACULTY 



BELOW: Thomas Beal 
B.S. 

Instructor 
Biology, Chemistry 





ABOVE: H. Blair Bentley 
B.A., M.A. 
Assistant Professor 
History 



ABOVE: Mrs. Louise Bentley 
B.A., M.A. 
Assistant Professor 
English 



ABOVE: John Anderson 

B.A., Th.M., Th.D. 

Professor 

Ancient Languages 



BELOW: Richard Cornelius 
B.A., M.A. 
Assistant Professor 
English 



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FACULTY 



BELOW: Willard Henning 
B.A., M.A., Ph.D. 
Professor 
Biology 



ABOVE: Thomas Eckel 
B.A., M.A. 
Assistant Professor 
of Bible 



BELOW: Irving L. Jensen 

B.A., S.T.B., Th.D. 

Professor 

Bible 





ABOVE: Tseng Min Hsu 
B.S. 

Instructor in Mathematics 
and Physics 



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FACULTY 



ABOVE: Glen Liebig 
B.A. 

Instructor 
Spanish 



BELOW: Donald R. Kimsey 
B.A., M.A. 
Assistant Professor 
History 





ABOVE: Karl E. Keefer 
M.A., M.Ed. 
Associate Professor 
Education 



BELOW: J. Furman Miller 
B.A., M.A., Ed.D. 
Professor 
Education 



ABOVE: Mrs. Alice Mercer 
B.A., M.A. 
Assistant Professor 
English 



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ABOVE: Cleve Oliver 
M.A. 

Assistant Professor 
Physical Education 



BELOW: Daryle Worley 

B.A., B.M., M.A. 
Assistant Professor 
Music 



Mrs. Lois Roberts 

B.S. 

Instructor 

Education 




FACULTY 





ABOVE: Elaine Smetters 
M.M. 

Assistant Professor 
Music 




Irene Hubert, Miriam Henry, Hope Warwick, Russell Kaufman, Ronald 
Zartman, Eugene Bengtson. 



WHO'S WHO 



High academic averages, leadership abilities, and effec- 
tive citizenship are some of the prerequisites for recog- 
nition in WHO'S WHO AMONG STUDENTS IN AMERICAN 
COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES. These students have 
proven their abilities to combine effectively extracurric- 
ular activities with academic pursuits . In addition, they 
have maintained fine Christian testimonies which are 
manifested in their daily lives. 



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SCHOLARSHIP STUDENTS 



Realizing the importance of a vital, progressive scholar- 
ship program which can benefit a large number of stu- 
dents, scholarships are awarded by the college in three 
general areas. Academic scholarships are awarded to 
those with very high scholastic averages, athletic schol- 
arships are awarded to those who have displayed out- 
standing prowess in basketball or baseball, and good 
will scholarships are awarded to those who need money, 
but have neither grades nor prowess. Funds for this 
program come predominently from private contributions 
which are solicited each year at the Christmas "Gifts 
for the King" service. 



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SPONSORS 

Mr. and Mrs. Cleve 
Oliver 






SENIOR OFFICERS 




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David Lind, Vice President; Marlene Schaiper, Secretary; Joyce Jiles, Treasurer; Eugene 
Bengtson, President. 



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Jon Amundson 
English 
Psalm 37:3,4 



Ronald Barfield 
Elementary Education 
I Corinthians 1: 17 



Thomas Ashworth 
Elementary Education 
Psalm 40:3 




Donna Beets 
Elementary Education 
II Corinthians 5: 15 




Eugene Bengtson 
Greek 
Romans 11:36 

Jean Blaha 

Elementary Education 
Deuteronomy 31:6 




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SENIORS 



Antony Chung 
Biology 
Psalm 109:15 




Beth Cox 

Elementary Education 
Joshua 1:9 



Ryland Donald 
History 
Hebrews 13:5 



Stanley Frederick 
Elementary Education 
Philippians 1:20 




Diane DeRight 

English 

II Corinthians 2: 



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Christine Dettra 
Elementary Education 
Philippians 4: 13 






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Carlos Gadd 
History 
Romans 5:6 



Louise Graham 
Elementary Education 
Proverbs 20:24 



Dorothy Hargreaves 
Elementary Education 
Philippians 4:6 

Miriam Henry 
English 
John 3:30 




Lawrence Hansen, Jr 

History 

I Samuel 12:24 



Lamar Hardin 
History 
Proverbs 3:5, 6 




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SENIORS 



Margaret Hoffman 
French 
Colossians 1: 10 




Donald Klees 
Mathematics 
Ephesians 6: 11 



Ann Lind 

Elementary Education 
Psalm 32:8 




Joyce Jiles 
Elementary Education 
Isaiah 41:13 

Russell Kaufman 

Greek 

Philippians 3:13, 14 



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David Lind 
History 
Psalm 37:5 



Patricia Lutz 
Spanish 
Psalm 62:5, 6 



Jack Ogden 

History 

II Timothy 1:7 

Linda Patterson 
Elementary Education 
Isaiah 26:3 




Sarah McDonald 
Elementary Education 
Psalm 27:14 




Larry Moltumyr 
Elementary Education 
Romans 1: 16 



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Beatrice Pendleton 
History 
Philippians 3: 10 



J. W. Purser 
Elementary Education 
Philippians 3:14 



Esther Ruppel 

Biology 

I Corinthians 2:5 



Jesse Saddler 
Bible 
Ephesians 2:8, 9 




Almedda Reed 
Elementary Education 
Psalms 139:23, 24 

LaWanda Rice 
Guidance and Counseling 
Romans 8:31 



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SENIORS 



Marlene Schaiper 
Elementary Education 
Psalms 18:30 



Robin Seaver 
Elementary Education 
I John 2:28 



Judie Scott 
Elementary Education 
Proverbs 3:5, 6 




Thomas Shaffer 
Bible 
Galatians 2:20 




Dean Shelly 
Bible 
Romans 12: 1 

Daniel Sheyda 
Chemistry 
Psalms 143:8 





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R.ose Marie Shoemaker 
Elementary Education 
Philippians 4:4 



Lonas Stubbs 

Business Administration 

I John 4:12 b 




Robert Taylor 
History 
Matthew 10:32 



Dorothy Sides 
English 
Psalm 62:5 

Dallas Smith 
Biology 
Philippians 4: 13 




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SENIORS 



Janie Voss 

Elementary Education 
Psalm 90:17 



Gerald Walter 
Business Education 
II Peter 3:18 



Hope Warwick 
Spanish 
John 10:4 



Michael Wong 
Mathematics 
Psalm 119:105 

Ronald Zartman 

Greek 

II Corinthians 9:15 




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.'.'.' ■ .,.■:• ■ 



John Eastman, President; Martha Jackson, Secretary; Mr. and Mrs. L. Donald Hill, 
Sponsors; Mark Hill; Ralph Heath, Vice President; Sarah Wingard, Treasurer. 



JUNIORS 






JUNIORS 




JUNIORS 




Connie Robinson 



JUNIORS 



Jim Townsend 



Paul Rose 



Above right: 
Mary Frances Rudd 



Beatrice Shelby 



Sandra Thompson 



Below right: 
Connie Van Lenten 



Sara Tyler 









Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Bentley, Sponsors. 




Joe Coats, Vice President; Barbara Sheddan, Secretary; Sue Cockrell, Treasurer; Robert Andrews, 
President. 



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Robert Akins 



Robert Andrews 



Alan Arment 



Robert Au 




Kent Austin 



Carole Bomgaars 



James Booth 




Fred Breeden 



Wayne Brooks 



Virginia Broughton 




John Burns 



Ted Caudill 



Anne Childers 



Joe Coats 




Susan Cockrell 



Peggy Coleman 



Lydia Cooper 



John Cornelius 




Marvin Denton 



John deRosset 



Earline Earhart 



SOPHOMORES 




Ray Ferriman 



Ruth French 




Kenneth Froemke 



Linda Guess 



D. G. Haase 



Wayne Hamilton 




David Hanon 



Glenn Hansen 



Linda Hendrv 



David Henry 




John Hills 



William Joyner 



Robert Kaatz 





SOPHOMORES 



Linda Kaechle 



Catherine Lee 




David Llewellyn 



Patricia Lomas 



Call Lundeen 



Milo Macko 




Joan Matter 



Betty Massengale 



Mary Kate McCroskey 



Catharine Moore 




Donald Newland 



Sandra Oswalt 



Robert Pettus 



SOPHOMORES 




Russell Porcella 



Samuel Putnam 




Paul Riggs 



Sue Robbins 



Ruben Rosales 



Lillian Seera 




Barbara Sheddan 



Faye Smith 



Jack Spence 



Freda Sproles 




Jeanie Stevens 



John Stone 



Marilyn Talmage 




SOPHOMORES 



Sylvia Toliver 



Joyce VanderVeer 




Lynn Veon 



Robert Vogt 



Judith Watson 



Rosemary Withers 



FRESHMEN 




Allen Mawhinney, President; Donna Parcher, 
Treasurer; Dee DaCosta, Secretary; John Cor- 
coran, Vice President; Miss Zelpha Russell and 
Mr. Marion Whitehead, Sponsors. 




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FRESHMEN 




Madge Akins 




George Arnold 




John Barnes 





Jim Blackburn 



Teah Blakely 



Harold Blevins 
Phyllis Bovey 



Laura Cather 
Lois Cielke 



Lois Clapp 
Donna Clendenen 



James Collins 
John Corcoran 



Diane Crabb 

Glynne Ellen Crumley 






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FRESHMEN 



Mary Duncan 
Stanley Edwards 



Robert Farrar 
Ray Ferguson 



Patricia Garris 
James Gray 



Ralph Grosser 
Priscilla Greener 



Michael Henderson 
Donald Hershner 



Kenneth Hurley 




Carey Jackson 



Mary Frances Jewell 



Robert Johansen 



David Johnson 




Fredia Johnson 



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Shirley Hodge 
Karen Hogue 






FRESHMEN 



Sallie Jones 




Buddy Keaton 




Karl Keefer 



Patricia Kitchens 



Ellen Lam 





Nancy Leininger 



Andrea Loftin 
Allen Mawhinney 



Norma Jean McNiel 
Miriam Meyer 



Dorothy Miller 
Patricia Morgan 



David Ng 
Barbara Nolen 



Karen Orthner 
Donna Parcher 



Diana Parish 
Sharyn Rekese 





FRESHMEN 



Mel Robinson 
Michael Robinson 



Ruth Ross 
Ann Rudd 



Harvey Senter 
Virginia Shaffer 



Timothy Smelser 
Beverly Sparks 



Charlotte Spencer 
Nan Steiner 



Jerry Tucker 



Perry Utz 




Susan Voss 



David Williams 



Betty Ann Wright 



Lindsey Yates 







Juanita Swetman 
William Tripp 





NEW AND RETURNING 
STUDENTS 



James Westgate and Barbara Ashworth. 

Whether they transfer, continue a previous pro- 
gram, or begin their college study, these stu- 
dents are a welcome addition for the second 
semester . 




SEATED: Ethel Tan, Dawn Harrison. STANDING: Richard 
Chan, William Hamilton, Douglas Housekeeper, Alan Rash. 



CAPTURED COUNTENANCES 






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'Oh, sister!' 



"They'll never know." 





Unskilled labor. 



Jailbird. 



"Waltzing Mathilda. " 



Egg shampoo. 



Potential dropouts. 





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Peace . . . 




SPIRITUAL 



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Perfect, yet it floweth 
fuller every day . . . 




CHAPEL 



This year our chapels have been diver- 
sified with panel discussions, faculty 
and guest speakers, singspirations, 
and student -organization programs. 
This hour can be one of our most 
blessed, invaluable college experiences, 




Chapel begins with an organ prelude played by Ted 
Hayes. 



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Faculty speakers introduce controversial topics. 



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Panels stimulate thought and discussion 





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Tutored by Dr. Rudd. 



Dr. Stuart Briscoe speaks to his first American col- 
lege audience. 



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Larry Hansen, treasurer; Sarah Wingard, secretary; Russ Kaufman, president; Dan Amsler, co-ordinator; Mr. Kimsey, sponsor. 



CHRISTIAN SERVICE ASSOCIATION 



Teaching Bible classes in the public schools, assisting in local 
church services, and leading Sunday afternoon Child Evangelism 
classes are some of the opportunities for service offered by CSA. 
More important than just a way to apply our training, we have the 
privilege of introducing lost souls to Christ. 



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Ruth teaches a class of retarded children. 




Jean spends Sunday afternoons with her CE 
Class. 



Eugene and his class of fifth and sixth 
graders. 



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Mr. Eckel, sponsor; Fred Breeden, vice president; Don Crane, president; Bea Pendleton, secretary; Ted 
Caudill and Bob Kaatz, treasurers. 



Lil and Faye from Home Missions 
Prayer Band change the bulletin 
board. 



Janet Claycomb speaks to a combined FMF meeting. 





FOREIGN 

MISSIONS 

FELLOWSHIP 




FMF is an organization which offers many 
opportunities for becoming better acquainted 
with missions. Through speakers, letters, 
and pictures we learn the needs and chal- 
lenges of the different fields. This aware- 
ness helps us to pray more specifically 
and more intelligently for the missionaries. 



South American Prayerband begins their meeting with sing- 
ing. 




Missionary letters from Asia. 





Prayer for the Hebrew nation. 




"A good choir always watches the director." 



CHOIR AND MADRIGALS 



Under the leadership of Daryle Worley the Choir and 
Madrigals perform at various college functions includ- 
ing the annual presentation of the MESSIAH and the 
spring concert. During spring vacation and on week- 
ends they represent Bryan at local high schools and 
churches. 




Madge A kins 
Philip Ashworth 
Gene Barchuk 
Phyllis Bovey 
Virginia Broughton 
Laura Cather 
Anne Childers 
Kathleen Chou 
Lois Cielke 
Donna Clendenen 
Diane Crabb 
John de Rosset 
Ruth French 



Patricia Gariss 
Priscilla Greener 
Teddy Hayes 
David Henry 
Winnie Hsieh 
Irene Hubert 
Carey Jackson 
Robert Johansen 
David Johnson 
David Llewellyn 
Andrea Loftin 
Norma McNiel 




Karen Orthner 
Ruth Ross 
Barbara Sheddan 
Faye Smith 
Beverly Sparks 
Nan Steiner 
Jeanie Stevens 
John Stone 
Juanita Swetman 
Joyce Vander Veer 
Rosemary Withers 
Winston Woodward 
Lindsey Yates 



A Valentine performance by the Madrigals. 






Walter Culbertson, Bob Andrews, Dave Llewellyn, and John Stone. 



GOSPEL MESSENGERS 



On weekends and during spring and summer vacations, the 
Gospel Messengers represent Bryan and its objectives in various 
regions of the country. Traveling on a team is an arduous but 
rewarding experience. 



Eugene Bengtson, Karen Worrell, Dot Sides, and Ted Caudill. 




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SPIRITUAL LIFE 
SERVICES 



Each fall our school year begins with a week of Spir- 
itual Life Services. More than a necessity or a mere 
routine requirement, these meetings help us deter- 
mine our values and goals in the proper spiritual 
perspective . 



A time to make new acquaintances 




A time to respond to the challenge 
of "So Send I You." 






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MISSIONARY 
CONFERENCE 



The Missionary Conference which is held during 
Homecoming, gives us the opportunity to become 
acquainted with some of the alumni missionaries. 
If we use the opportunities offered us, we can de- 
velop a better understanding of the importance and 
need of dedicated Christian workers who are "March- 
ing on For Christ." 




Reverend Eail Stevens addresses his "captive 
audience." 



One of the many 
missionary displays. 




A women's trio pro- 
vides special music. 





The faculty prays for guidance. 





DAY OF 
PRAYER 



Once each semester the 
Day of Prayer frees us 
from academic pressures 
and gives us a quiet time 
of meditation and personal 
devotion. 




Bob and Dave have devotions together. 




The students meet for prayer in alphabetical 
groups. 



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BIBLE 
CONFERENCE 



This year's Bible conference was an out- 
standing combination of excellent music 
and applicable messages. With a new 
purpose and understanding we concluded 
our week of meetings, with the congre- 
gational singing of Mallott's "The Lord's 
Prayer." 




Breakfast with the Rowdies. 



Election, predestination and a curler in your eye. 








Mr. and Mrs. Phillips and 
trombone. 



Dr. Cronk and friend. 




Peace 













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ORGANIZATIONS 



Perfect, yet it groweth 
deeper all the way . . . 




ADVISORY COMMITTEE 



Since its commencement in 1958, the Advisory Com- 
mittee to the Board of Trustees has sponsored six 
annual campaigns and six dinners on Americanism 
which have provided much needed support for the 
college. This year, Dr. Nat Winston, the director of 
psychiatric services for the State of Tennessee was 
the guest speaker. 




Elbert Abel 
John Beard 
Sgt. Gene Bollinger 
Bernie Coleman 
Bryan Elder 
Martel Gamble 
Rodney Lawler 
O. W. McKenzie 
Sam W. Morgan 
Robert Norris 
Ben Purser 
N. Q. Purser 
Wallace Rice 
Richard L. Rogers 
J. J. Rodgers, M.D. 
Nelson Shipley 
Russell Stansbury 
C. P. Swafford 
Spencer Walker 



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BWA Officers: Mrs. Blair Bentley, president; Mrs. Karl Keefer, vice-president; Mrs. John Anderson, secretary; Mrs. Francis Goatley, 
treasurer. 



BRYAN WOMEN'S AUXILIARY 



Few of us realize the many improvements and in- 
novations of the BWA. These women express their 
interest in Bryan by donating time, money, and 
much hard work to worthwhile projects such as 
buying new chapel draperies, redecorating many- 
campus areas, and furnishing the dormitory 
offices and lounges. 




Mrs. Rogers, Mrs. Keefer, and Mrs. Rudd prepare refresh- 
ments served in the newly furnished girls' lounge. 




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SEATED: Dave Llewellyn, Janet Miller, Paul Rose, Joyce VanderVeer, Karen Hogue, Irene Hubert, Miriam Henry. STANDING: 
Ken Hurley, Fred Breeden, Russ Kaufman, Ron Zartman. 



STUDENT COUNCIL 












Arranging blind dates for the President's Reception 
and planning High School Guest Weekend are two of 
the endless duties of the Student Council. This or- 
ganization, consisting of the officers and two elected 
representatives from each class, encourages self- 
government as well as more communication between 
the administration and the students. 













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Kent Austin, photographer. 

HILLTOPPER 

The HILLTOPPER, a monthly publication con- 
taining editorials, student opinions, and humor, 
is an annual sophomore class project. 



Miss Peck and Mrs. Bentley, advisors; Earline Ear- 
hart, typist. 





Ginger Broughton, assistant editor; David Llewellyn, 
editor. 




Sandie Oswalt and Ted Caudill, copy editors; Sylvia 
Toliver, typist; Russ Porcella, business manager; Bob Vogt, 
layout editor. 

John Stone and Ann Childers, sports editors. 



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Dan Sheyda, Photographer. 



COMMONER STAFF 




Bonnie Hubert, Editor. 



Marion Richey, Layout Editor. 




Mary Frances Rudd, Business Manager. 






Connie Van Lenten, Layout Editor. 



Jeanette McDonald, Copy Editor. 



Dave Bauer, Co-ordinator. 




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Our year of working together has been an 
unforgettable mixture of music, ladders, 
food, and discussions. The challenge of 
accomplishing the same goal despite 
deadline pressures and human failures 
has been an invaluable lesson in accept- 
ing responsibility, in cooperating with 
each other, and in putting our reliance 
on God Who gives Perfect Peace. 






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Proctors: Hope Warwick, Dot Sides, Bea Pendleton, 
Robin Seaver, and Assistant Dean of Women, Karin 
de Rosset. 



DORM 



OFFICIALS 



Faced with the difficult task of 
enforcing dorm rules, the proc- 
tors need to be consistent and 
need to have a sense of humor 
that can adapt to the most adverse 
of circumstances. Their Christian 
leadership can often provide a 
necessary influence in times of 
decision. 




What we need is a clothes hanger and some string. 



Proctors: Larry Hansen, Paul Rose, Gene Barchuk, and 
Dave Llewellyn. 



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DORM 



COUNCILS 



The dorm council, which is com- 
posed of the proctors and an 
elected representative from each 
floor, serves as a rule -making 
body as well as a social co- 
ordinator. 




STANDING: Larry Hansen, Dave Bauer, Bob Kaatz, Phil Ash- 
worth, Karl Keefer, Doug Froemke. SFATED: Jerry Walter, 
Gene Barchuk, Joe Coats. 



STANDING: Janie Voss, Marion Richey, Hope Warwick, Linda 
Kaechle, Karin de Rosset. SFATED: Sue Cockrell, Carol Hicklin, 
Robin Seaver, Dot Sides. 





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CAMPUS 
COMMITTEES 



The campus committees, which 
meet once a month, are appointed 
by the Student Council to per - 
form many necessary duties. 



SOCIAL COMMITTEE 



HEALTH COMMITTEE 



This medicine melts in your hand not in your mouth. 





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CITIZENSHIP COMMITTEE 



One down, 250 to go. 



ATHLETIC 
COMMITTEE 




Why won't the girls play football? 




LIBRARY 
COMMITTEE 



We can check the copyright laws 
later. 



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CLUBS 



The clubs, representing diversified 
activities, encourage participation and 
leadership among those students sharing 
similar interests. . 



CHINESE 
CLUB 




David's first chopsticks. 




LETTERMENS 
CLUB 




Sing along with Wayne. 



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Rah! Rah! Rah! 




The Jumping Beans play concentration. 




PEP CLUB 



LOS 

FRIJOLES 
S ALTON ES 



YOUNG 
AMERICANS 
FOR 
FREEDOM 



In your heart you know we're right. 



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INITIATION 



Once again the Sophomore Class has survived the 
difficult task of orienting the freshmen. After the 
two-day ordeal which included street -sweeping, 
handicraft, swimming, and court procedure; the 
beanies were discarded and one more class was wel 
corned into the Bryan family. 








Left: Wait ! Have you signed your contract? 



Below: Daddy told me not to 
come here. 



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ALL-SCHOOL 
OUTING 



Cumberland State Park was once again the 
site of the All-School Outing. The fried 
chicken, boating, and games all made 
this, our last official day of relaxation, a 
worthy waste of time. 



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HOMECOMING 



The day's informal activities 
culminated in a formal banquet, 
which was highlighted by the 
crowning of Queen Dot. 



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The head table. 




The faculty quartet. 



The breakfast gave us time to talk to old friends. 



The new queen. 





HALLOWEEN 



Substituting bean bags for 
boredom, the Halloween 
Carnival with its games, 
food, talent show, and 
"beauty" contest, gave us 
an evening of noisy relaxa- 
tion. 




My "rook" card tells me . 



Roommate, that's for the time you . 





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All we need is Suzie 





THANKSGIVING 



The ruinous defeat of the North football 
team and the family-style banquet were 
just two of the many activities which 
enlivened our Thanksgiving weekend. 



Calories. 




The cheerfully defeated North. 



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The heroic, victorious South. 




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Twang. 






Mr. Woodbum shares witnessing experiences. 



Canadian Christmas. 



CHRISTMAS 



A student -faculty group sings "Toyland." 



Good to the very last drop. 




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"Toyland, " an enchanting place of elves and animals, provided a 
beautiful background for the annual Christmas banquet. The abun- 
dance of food and the good entertainment made it one of the high- 
lights of the Christmas season. 







HIGH SCHOOL 
GUEST WEEKEND 



Although it would be impossible to see 
all the phases of college life in two or 
three days, this weekend attempts to 
acquaint prospective students with as 
many areas of Bryan as possible. 




Colonel Goatley presents a panoramic view of Bryan. 



Alumni, students, and high school guests enjoy the Sweetheart Banquet. 






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The Messiah, presented this year in honor of Dr. Rogers. 



MISCELLANEOUS 



College life is composed of dissimilar 
activities which cannot always be cate- 
gorized . 




Students greet Mr. Chesnut, scientist and author 
author of THE ATOM SPEAKS AND ECHOES 
THE WORD OF GOD. 



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CHEERLEADERS 




With their liveliness, the cheerleaders provide the 
necessary impetus to enliven our school spirit. 



Madge Akins, Ann Childers, Fredia Johnson, Priscilla Greener, Joyce Jiles, and Karen Orthner. 



Ann Childers, captain. 



Fredia Johnson, co-captain. 





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BASKETBALL 




All this for an extra glass of milk. 




Really? 





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FIRST ROW: Bill Joyner, Harvey Senter, Jack Spence, Dave Llewellyn, Don Hershner, Coach Oliver. SECOND ROW: Joe Coats, 
Don Klees, Carl Lundeen, John Bums. 



Co-captains: Don Klees, Ryland Donald, Lonas 
Stubbs. 




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John Bums 




Ryland Donald 



Don Klees 





Ralph Heath 



Lonas Stubbs 



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Joe Coats. 





Don Hershner. 



Dave Llewellyn. 





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Harvey Senter. 



Carl Lundeen. 





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FRONT ROW: Jim Booth, John Stone, Wayne Brooks, 
Robert Pettus, Dan Amsler; SECOND ROW: John Burns, 
Don Klees, Bill Joyner, Paul Rose; BACK ROW: Russ Por- 
cella, Frank Heath, Ralph Heath, Milo Macko, Ryland 
Donald. 



BASEBALL 




With the springtime comes baseball and 
all the excitement of double plays, home 
runs, and strike -outs. 






Paul Rose 



Don Klees 



Ralph Heath 








SOCCER 






One of the most rugged and active 
sports, soccer has recently been 
introduced on an intra -collegiate 
level. 



FIRST ROW: John Stone, Frank Heath, Larry Hansen, Ruben Rosales, James Bath, Dave Llewellyn. SECOND 
ROW: Coach Oliver, Russ Porcella, Jim Booth, Paul Rose, Jack Spence, Buddy Keaton, Robert Au. THIRD 
ROW: Bill Joyner, Dave Johnson, Wes Hatch, Dave Bauer, Carl Lundeen, Dan Sheyda. 





TRACK 



FRONT ROW: Glenn Hansen, Jack Spence; SECOND 
ROW: Robert Au, Wayne Hamilton , Jim Bath; 
THIRD ROW: Ralph Heath, Frank Heath, Richard 
Chan; BACK ROW: Joe Coats, Don Newland, Dave 
Bauer. 



Track, which includes field events, re- 
lay races, dashes, and distance runs, 
is an exhaustive sport that involves en- 
durance and teamwork. 




Jack Spence, Ken Froemke, Ralph Heath. 



Jim Bath, Frank Heath, Robert Au. 



Richard Chan, Wayne Hamilton 



Don Newland 







CROSS COUNTRY 



Wayne Hamilton 




Joe Coats 




Although it is a sport that receives little 
acclaim, cross country requires rigor- 
ous self -discipline and excellent physical 
condition. 



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Gene Barchuk 




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A voluntary program which encourages the participation of 
everyone, intramural sports are an important part of the 
Physical Education Department. 



A friendly game of basketball. 




A friendly game of football. 








A friendly game of volleyball. 




Another friendly game of volleyball. 




The last friendly activity. 



The unfriendly freshman swimming team. 




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IN MEMORIAM 

Seldom does a school have such dedicated friends 
as Bryan had in Dr . F . R . Rogers and Dr . A . M . 
Morgan, Sr. Associated with the college since its 
inception, they both actively served as trustees 
for thirty -four years . 



DR. ROGERS 



1895-1964 

Dr. Rogers' daily visits to the hill, his annual 
gift of Christmas candy, and his personal interest 
in individuals were some of the qualities which 
endeared him to succeeding generations of stu- 
dents . The memory of his quiet humility and un- 
selfish devotion to Bryan and its standards is a 
lasting tribute to a sincere Christian man . 



DR. MORGAN 




1893-1965 

Secretary of the Board since 1948, Dr. Morgan 
participated in all official transactions of the 
college . His cooperative spirit, generous sup- 
port, and frequent presence at college functions 
helped to make him a trustee who was genuinely 
interested in Bryan's development. He will be 
long remembered for his kindly disposition, his 
warm-hearted concern for students, and his faith- 
ful Christian life . 




FRIENDS AND SPONSORS 



Mr. Roy Adams 

Mrs. E. B. Arnold 

Mr. Stanley Brading 

Mr. R. L. Bryan 

Mr. C. H. Dentler 

Dr. J. Wesley McKinney 

Mr. E. R. Robeson, III 

Dr. J. J. Rodgers 

Mr. and Mrs. Dudley Sands 

Rev. Mark Senter 

John Sexton and Company 

Mr. Barry Whitney 



CONGRATULATIONS 




To the Graduates from the Class of '66 




FIRST BAPTIST 
CHURCH 



Dayton, Tennessee 



Order of Services 

Sunday School — 9:45 A.M. 

Morning Worship — 1 1 :00 A .M . 

Training Union — 6:15 P.M. 

Evening Worship — 7:30 P.M. 

Prayer Meeting — 7:45, Wednesdays 



Virgil R. Peters, Pastor 



L. Donald Hill 
Minister of Music 



MANSFIELD'S COFFEE SHOP 



"We are Proud to be a Neighbor 
of Bryan College" 




Polly, Butch, Peggy, Bernie 
Downtown Dayton 



AMERICAN YEARBOOK CO. 



'Congratulations on a Fine Yearbook" 




Charles Perry — Representative 

19 Johnson Blvd. 
Chattanooga, Tennessee 




SALEM BAPTIST CHURCH 



Wishing the Lord's Best for Each 
Member of the Class of '65. 



Karl E. Keefer, Pastor 
R.R. *1 Dayton, Tennessee 




Compliments of 
IDEAL CLEANERS AND LAUNDRY 

Spring City, Tennessee 

Pick-Up and Delivery 
Call Us— Phone 365-5274 



For the Local News Read, 



THE DAYTON HERALD 



Read All the News of Rhea County 



Member of 
A. B.C., T.P.A., and N.E.A, 



RHEA COUNTY LIMESTONE 
AND PAVING CO. 



Plant Mix — Asphalt — Crushed Limestone 



Phone 775-1727 



Dayton, Tennessee 



"Jesus Christ the Same Yesterday, and 
Today and Forever." Hebrews 13:8 




FOURSQUARE GOSPEL 
CHURCH 

Rev. Beatrice Shelby, Pastor 



Sunday School — 9:45 A.M. 
Morning Worship — 10:45 A.M. 
Evening Service — 7:00 P.M. 
Midweek Prayer Meeting — 7:30, Wednesday 




ROGERS 



Richard L. Rogers 



exalt 



PHARMACY 



Comer Main and Market 



Dayton, Tennessee 



Compliments of 

WESTERN AUTO 
ASSOCIATE STORE 

in Dayton 



JEANETTE'S BEAUTY BAR 

Jeanette, Judy, & Nan 

Phone: 77-9545 
West Main 



Compliments of 



POWELL FURNITURE CO. 



N. D. REED &SON 

"Fashions for Ladies & Men" 

106 N. Market — Dayton, Tenn, 



Compliments of 



FOX BROTHERS COMPANY 



1215-17 King St. 
Chattanooga, Tenn, 




DAYTON BANK 
AND 



TRUST COMPANY 

Member of the 
Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation 



Serving Rhea County 

and 
the Surrounding Area 



1894—1965 



Dayton 



Tennessee 



Compliments of 



COOLEY'S MARKET 



COLLIE'S AUTO PARTS 
West First Avenue 
Dayton, Tennessee 



THE THRIFT STORE 

Dayton's Most Modern and 
Complete Department Store 



Phone 775-9414 



Dayton 



Compliments of 
"A FRIEND" 



COMPLIMENTS OF 



MOMAR, INC. 



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Compliments of 



l) Better uhop 

DAYTON, TENNESSEE 



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There are many paths of service— some at home, some abroad. 
Choosing your path may well be the most important decision of 
your Christian life. 

If you are not yet sure what path God would have you take, per- 
haps we can help you. Almost every kind of training can be used 
serving God in Africa today. The need is great. We will gladly 
inform you of the opportunities on our fields. We will send you 
information about our work. We will pray with you as you seek 
God's will. 

Write for our regular publications— sent free— and for our booklet 
Who Should Go?, a helpful guide for all who are choosing a path 
of service. 

SUDAN INTERIOR MISSION 

Serving in Africa since 1 893 
164 West 74th St., New York, N.Y. 10023 OR 405 Huron St., Toronto, Ont. 



Compliments of 



PURSER CLOTHING STORE 



CARY AND WEST COMPANY 
Firestone Dealer 

Phone 775-] 545 
Dayton, Tennessee 



Compliments of 



C. R. GRAYBEAL AND SONS 



ABEL HARDWARE 

Market Street 
Call: 775-2772 Dayton, Tennessee 



MILADY'S BEAUTY SALON 

Carol and Nancy 

Call: 775-0641 
217 N. Market Dayton, Tennessee 



TALLENT'S PRESCRIPTION STORE 



Phone 775-2362 



Wherever 
you're 





gOMg ■•• J I When you 

need a little lift — 

depend on Coke 



KJITltD UNDtB AUTHORITY Of THE COCA COIA COMPANY IY 



THE DAYTON COCA-COLA 
BOTTLING COMPANY 



KNIGHT'S CLOTHING STORE 
Clothes for the College Student 
Dayton Tennessee 



Compliments 
of 



GLENN W. WOODLEE 



Compliments of 
PIERCE'S MOTEL AND RESTAURANT 

Free TV — Home Cooked Meals 
Air-Conditioned 

Five Miles South of Dayton, Tenn. 



RHEA EQUIPMENT COMPANY 

W. 3rd Avenue 775-9646 

Dayton, Tennessee 37321 

Formal I Equipment; International Trucks 
Pontiac Sales & Service 



COX MOTOR CO. 

Dodge-Dart — Dodge Trucks 

210 South Market St. 
Phone 775-0933 Dayton, Tenn. 



CITY SERVICE STATION 

Esso Products — Gillette Tires 
24 Hour Wrecking Service 



Day 775-1944 



Night 775-2926 



BROWN CHEVROLET COMPANY 




136 Market Street 



Phone 775-2921 



Dayton, Tennessee 



WINTER GARDEN COMPANY 
Phone 775-2530 



Dayton 
Tennessee 



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Auto Glass — Table Tops — Mirrors 

Window Glass — Plate Glass — Reglazing 

Pittsburgh Paints — Wallpapers 

DAYTON GLASS COMPANY 

110 West Main Avenue—Phone 775-0404 

Dayton, Tennessee 



CONNER'S SUPERMARKET 



Dayton 



Tennessee 




EDWARD L. MORGAN 

Insurance and 
Real Estate 



DAYTON DEPARTMENT STORE 



Dayton 



Tennessee 



HI-WAY GARDENS 
Flowers and Gifts 
'The Best for All Occasions' 
West Main Street 

Hotel Aqua Building 
Phone 775-0626 

Dayton, Tennessee 



Compliments of 

BEARD-WALTERS FORD 

"Service Satisfaction Is Our Aim" 

Tel. Dayton 775-1811 Hwy. 27 South 

Tel . Chattanooga 266-8070, Dayton, Tenn. 



DAYTON HARDWARE COMPANY 



Dayton, Tennessee 



THE COTTON SHOP 

Complete Line for the College Gal 

Phone 775-1911 Dayton, Tenn. 



ROBINETTE MOTEL 

Wall to Wall Carpet Free Television 

Air Conditioned Phones in Rooms 

775-97U Highway 27 South 

Dayton, Tennessee 



QUALITY PRODUCE CO. 

720 E. 11th Street 
Chattanooga, Tennessee 



Compliments of 

PRUETT'S FOOD TOWN 

Dayton (No. 4) and Daisy (No. 3) 



RHEA INVESTMENT COMPANY 

Across from the 
World's Most Famous Courthouse 



Compliments of 



"A FRIEND" 



Phone 775-081 1 



Dayton 



Tennessee 



Compliments of 

REDFORD'S STORE, INC, 

Phone 775-1866 



Dayton 



Tennessee 



DAYTON SERVICE STATION 

Gulf Gas — Lubrication — Tires — Accessories 

Main at Market 
Phone 775-0683 Dayton, Tennessee 



Shop at 

THE DOLLAR STORE 

in Dayton 



Where Your Dollars 
Have More Sense. 




DAYTONA RESTAURANT 
1 22 East 2nd Street 

Home of Southern Fried Chicken 

Purser and Fine Dayton 



MORGAN FURNITURE COMPANY 

Rhea County's Largest Display 
of Home Furnishings 

Established 1909 
Phone 775-0313 Dayton, Tenn. 



Keep healthy 
and on the go with 




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HAPPY VALLEY FARMS 



LANSFORD PIANO CO. 



730 Cherry Street 



Chattanooga, Tennessee 



Exclusive Baldwin Dealer 




1862 - 1962 

BALDWIN 

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VIOLET CAMERA SHOPS 

Cameras — Film — Supplies 
Finest Quality Photo Finishing 

9 East Seventh Street 

5522 Bra i nerd Road 

Chattanooga, Tennessee 



Compliments of 

COLONIAL BAKING CO. 

Chattanooga, Tennessee 



YELLOW JACKET 

Restaurant — Drive-ln 

775-2181 



SALE CREEK 

PRESBYTERIAN 

CHURCH 



Dr. Irving L. Jensen, Pastor 

Morning Worship 11:00A.M. 

Sunday School 9:45 A.M. 

Evening Service 7:30 P.M. 

We Invite You to Worship with Us. 




THE MODERN WAY CLEANERS 



North Market 



Dayton, Tennessee 



Phone 775-955] 




Dayton's Oldest and Most Reliable 
'Your Personal Appearance is Your Greatest Asset' 



Congratulations to the Class of '65 






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LIONETTE AND COLLEGE BOOKSTORE 



"Daily Serving Campus Needs" 



ARNOLD'S BARGAIN STORE 




Quality 



Style 



Value 



Phone 775-2555 
Dayton, Tennessee 



ALLEN PHILLIPS' JEWELRY 

Expert Watch Repair 
Diamonds — Watches 

Dayton and Spring City 



McPHEETERS INSURANCE AGENCY 

120 West 3rd Avenue 
Dayton, Tennessee 
Phone 775-2722 
"Your Partner in Security" 



ELM HILL MEATS, INC 



"Specializing in 
Country Hams" 



Phone No: 774-1363 



West 2nd Avenue 




FURLOW-CATE TRACTOR & 
IMPLEMENT CO. 



Farm — Industrial Equipment 



129 East Second Avenue 

Dayton, Tennessee 

Phone 775-2781 



Dayton, Tenn , 




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ROBINSON'S 
DRUG 
STORE 



-%<&*!££ 



Dayton, Tennessee 




Compliments of 
"A FRIEND" 



Compliments of 
SHIBLEY'S 5$ TO $5.00 STORE 

Phone 775-1464 

Self-Service 

Dayton, Tennessee 



THE FASHION SHOP 

"Nationally Advertised Lines" 

Dayton and Spring City 
775-0855 365-6818 



J. C. YOUNG OIL CO. 

Telephone 775-0131 

907 So. Market Dayton, Tenn. 



KELLY'S MOTEL 

Phones--TV— Pool 

Telephone 775-1181 

Area Code 615 

New and Modern Hwy . 27 South 

In City Limits Dayton, Tenn. 



SHIPLEY'S SUPER MARKETS 



Dayton 
Nelson Shipley 



Spring City 
Creed Shipley 



Compliments of 

FLEETWOOD COFFEE COMPANY 

Chattanooga, Tennessee 



Member Associated Grocers of Tennessee 

Where Your Dollar Buys More & 
Parking is Free & Easy 




A summer graduate. 



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"Let's go back in thru the window. 





Bryan's parking attendants 



APPRECIATION 



Charles Perry 
capably advised us as our American Yearbook repre- 
sentative and bought us innumerable cokes. 

Dr. Mercer 
graciously advised us and ordered fifty annuals. 

Mrs. Bentley 
carefully checked all the copy except this page and 
the dedication. 

Mr. Hill 
aided in public relations as our class sponsor and 
taught us to play pool when we finished. 

Dr. and Mrs. Harold Morgan 
cordially permitted us to use their home for pictures 
and their pool table for recreation. 

Mr. Yoho 
advised, encouraged, and let us in and out of the 
administration fortress. 

The Junior Class 
cooperated with us and bought a fifty -dollar adver- 
tisement. 

The Advertisers, Friends, and Sponsors 
financially aided us and filled the back of the book. 



SENIOR ACTIVITIES 



AMUNDSON, JON 

ASHWORTH, THOMAS 

Track 1,2; Choir 1; Gospel Messengers 

1,2; Class Vice President 3. 

BARFIELD, RONALD 
CSA 2,3, President 3; FMF 2; COM- 
MONER 2; Proctor 3. 

BEETS, DONNA 

CSA 1,2,3,4, Secretary 3; FMF 1,4; 

HILLTOPPER 1; Intramurals 1,2,4. 

BENGTSON, EUGENE 
Intramurals 1,2,3,4; Class Vice Presi- 
dent 1; Class Treasurer 2; Class Presi- 
dent 4; CSA 2,3,4, Treasurer 2; Student 
Council 3; Proctor 3; FMF 1,2,3,4; 
Choir 1; Gospel Messengers 3. 

BLAHA, JEAN 

FMF 1,2,3,4; CSA 3,4; CE 1,2,3,4. 

CHUNG, ANTONY 

COX, BETH 

CSA 3; Married Couples Association 4; 

FMF 3. 

DE RIGHT, DIANE 

DETTRA, CHRISTINE 
CE 2,3,4. 

DONALD, RYLAND 

Basketball 1,2,3,4, Co-Captain 3; Let- 
termen's Club 3; Proctor 3; Intramural 
Committee 3,4; Spanish Club 4; Dorm 
Council 3. 

FREDERICK, STANLEY 
Intramurals 3,4; CSA 3,4; FMF 3. 

GADD, CARLOS 

GRAHAM, LOUISE 

FMF 1,3; Christian Home League 1,2,3; 
Choir 1; Intramurals 1,2,3; Gospel 
Messengers 2; Orientation Leader 3. 

HANSEN, LAWRENCE 
CSA 3,4, Treasurer 4; FMF 3,4; Intra- 
murals 3,4; Soccer 3,4, Co-Captain 4; 
Proctor 4. 

HARDIN, LAMAR 

HARGREAVES, DOROTHY 
Intramurals 1,2,3; HILLTOPPER 1,2; 
CSA 2,3,4; FMF 4; Class Treasurer 3; 
Dorm Treasurer 2; Dorm Council 3; 
Junior-Senior Banquet Committee 3. 

HENRY, MIRIAM 
Choir 1; CSA 1,3; FMF 1,3; Honors 
Reading Club 1; Intramurals 1,3,4; 
Drama Club 1; Student Council 
Secretary-Treasurer 4. 



HOFFMAN, MARGARET 
CSA 3. 

HUBERT, IRENE 

Student Council 3,4; Intramurals 2; 
French Club 2; CSA 2,3,4; Choir 2,3,4; 
FMF 2,3,4; COMMONER 3; Citizenship 
Committee 4. 

JILES, JOYCE 

CSA 1,2,3,4, Administrative Secretary 
2,3,4; Student Council Secretary-Treas- 
urer 3; Intramurals 1,2,3; Class Treas- 
urer 4. 

KAUFMAN, RUSSELL 
CSA 3,4, President 4; Student Council 
4; Married Couples Association 4, Co- 
Chairman 4. 

KLEES, DONALD 

Basketball 1,2,3,4; Baseball 1,2,3,4; 

Spanish Club 3,4; Science Club 1,2. 

LIND, ANN 

CSA 3; FMF 3,4; Social Committee 3. 

LIND, DAVID 

Choir 2; Intramurals 2,3,4; COMMONER 
3; Class Vice President 4; FMF 2,3,4, 
Prayer Band Leader 4; Citizenship Com- 
mittee 4. 

LUTZ, PATRICIA 

Spanish Club 1,2,3,4, President 2,3, 
Vice President 4; National Spanish 
Society 3; Pep Club 1,2,3,4; CE 2,3; 
Intramurals 1,2,3,4. 

Mcdonald, sarah 

CSA 1,2,3; FMF 1,2; Intramural Com- 
mittee 2,3; COMMONER 3; Spanish 
Club 2,3; Drama Club 2; Science Club 
1,2,3,; Athletic Booster Association 1,2. 

MOLTUMYR, LARRY 
Intramurals 3,4; FMF 3,4. 

OGDEN, JACK 

Student Council 1,2; Intramurals 2; 

Spanish Club 2,3; Class President 3. 

PATTERSON, UNDA 

PENDLETON, BEATRICE 

FMF 3,4, Secretary 4; Proctor 4. 

PURSER, J. W. 

Intramurals 1,2,3,4; Tennis Club 1. 

REED, ALMEDDA 

FMF 4; Social Committee 4. 

RICE, LA WANDA 

RUPPEL, ESTHER 

FMF 2,3; CSA 3; Intramurals 3. 

SADDLER, JESSE 
FMF 4; CSA 4. 



SCHAIPER, MARLENE 

FMF 1,2,3,4, Secretary 3; CSA 1,2,3,4, 

Secretary 2; Choir 2; Class Secretary 
3,4; Intramurals 2,4; Social Committee 
2; AAES Conference 1. 

SCOTT, JUDIE 

Intramurals 1; CSA 1; Choir 1,2; FMF 

2,3,4. 

SEAVER, ROBIN 

CSA 1,2; Choir 1; Proctor 3,4; FMF 

1,2,3; Dorm Council 3,4. 

SHAFFER, THOMAS 

SHEDDAN, MAYME 
Dean of Women 3,4. 

SHELLY, DEAN 
CSA 3,4; FMF 3,4. 

SHEYDA, DANIEL 

Track 1; FMF 1,2,4; Soccer 3,4; COM- 
MONER 3,4; Spanish Club 2,3; Choir 
1,2. 

SHOEMAKER, ROSE MARIE 

CE 1,2; CSA 1,2,3,4; Drama Club, 1. 

SIDES, DOROTHY 

Student Council 1,2; Spanish Club 1,2, 
3; Choir 3; Gospel Messengers 3; Proc- 
tor 3,4; Junior-Senior Banquet Com- 
mittee 3; Community Council Secre- 
tary 2; Dorm Council 3,4, Secretary 3. 

SMITH, DALLAS 

STUBBS, LONAS 

Basketball 1,2,3,4; Class President 1; 
Class Vice President 1; Letterman's 
Club 2; P. A. Boyd Prize 1. 

TALLENT, MARGARET 

TAYLOR, ROBERT 

Intramurals 1,2,3,4; Spanish Club 4; 

FMF 1; Golf Team 3. 

VOSS, JANIE 

FMF 3,4; CSA 4; Intramurals 3,4; 

Dorm Council 3. 

WALTER, GERALD 

Dorm Council 4; Intramurals 3,4; CSA 

3. 

WARWICK, HOPE 

Student Council Secretary-Treasurer 
2; Spanish Club 1,2,3,4, Secretary 1,2; 
COMMONER 3. 

WONG, MICHAEL 

Social Committee 2,3,4; Mathematics 

Prize 1. 

ZARTMAN, RONALD 
Class President 2; Student Body Presi- 
dent 4. 



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